You have to take a second look at J. Ebert’s car to figure out it’s not what it looks like. At a glance you’d think it’s a ’69 Camaro, but underneath it’s actually a ’69 Firebird.
One of the best-known Chevrolet collectors in the world passed away on Jan 9 in Pensacola, Fla. M.G. “Pinky” Randall was 94 and was a lifetime resident of Houghton Lake, Mich. Randall owned about 200 cars in his lifetime and about 180 were Chevrolets.
At one time back in the early ‘80s, we were sitting around the office of a collector car magazine wondering how long junkyards would last in the future.
The New Ford GT prototype, which debuted at Monterey Car week this week, is a nod to Le Mans-winning race cars.
A unique racing car dubbed “The Butterball Special” has had its home in the FWD-Seagrave Museum in Clintonville, Wis., redecorated.
Last year, Dennis Gorder and his wife decided to maybe do one last car project.
A two-tone green ’57 Pontiac Star Chief two-door hardtop can be seen at Greg’s Speed Shop.
When Greg Stelse opened Greg’s Speed Shop in the spring of 2018, he was filled with dreams about what he could do after he got his business humming at full speed.
The racing car known as “Old 16” was the first American automobile to win an international auto race.
The collector value of a racing car is hard to estimate. One way to find out a fair market value for one is to see what racing cars bring at a big auction.